The Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test is a teacher eligibility test administered by the Board of Secondary Education in Haryana. The purpose of HTET is to verify that those hired as teachers have the necessary aptitude and competence to tackle the demands of teaching at the elementary, secondary, and senior secondary levels. The HTET levels include PRT (Primary Teacher), TGT (Trained Graduate Teacher), and PGT (Post Graduate Teacher). The test is held to assess applicants' eligibility to work as PRT/ TGT/ PGT instructors in Haryana State Government institutions. Candidates who pass the test are awarded the TET certificate, which is now valid for life. After receiving an HTET certificate, candidates can apply for teaching positions in the state.
The deadline for submitting the HTET application form has been extended. Candidates can apply on the official website. Haryana's Board of Secondary Education has announced the test date for the Haryana Teachers Eligibility Test for the December session. The HTET test will be held in December. The Haryana Board of School Education administers the HTET to qualified applicants for the positions of Primary Teachers, Trained Graduate Teachers, and Post Graduate Teachers. Candidates who pass HTET are awarded a TET certificate that is valid for a period of seven years.
Before applying for HTET, applicants should be aware of the examination's eligibility requirements. The HTET qualifying criteria are shown below:
Candidates should prepare for the HTET using the curriculum published by the Haryana Board of School Education (BSEH). The test subjects for all levels of the Haryana TET curriculum are listed below.
|HTET LEVEL-I (PRT)||HTET LEVEL-II & III (TGT and PGT)|
|Pedagogy & Child Development (30 questions/30 Marks)||Child Development and Pedagogy (30 questions/30 Marks)|
|Language I – English & Hindi (15 questions from each / 30 Marks)||Language I – English & Hindi (15 questions from each / 30 Marks)|
|General Studies – Quant. Aptitude, Reasoning, General Awareness (30 Questions / 30 Marks)||General Studies – Quant. Aptitude, Reasoning, General Awareness (30 Questions / 30 Marks)|
|Mathematics (30 Questions / 30 Marks)||Optional Subject (60 Questions / 60 Marks)|
|Environmental Studies (30 Questions / 30 Marks)||Optional Subject (60 Questions / 60 Marks)|
Qualifying for eligibility examinations such as HTET necessitates careful preparation. Candidates should study each topic thoroughly before practising with the previous year's question papers and mock examinations. Previous years' question papers and sample question papers for the HTET are quite useful in studying for the HTET written exam. Candidates will be able to comprehend the test format, the weightage of each topic, and the frequency of the topics by practising the HTET question papers. Previous years' HTET Exam papers also give a preview of the HTET course.
Candidates who wish to take the HTET test must first apply online. To complete the form, candidates must pick the level of test, such as PRT/ PGT/ TGT.
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The following phases are included in the HTET selection process:
The Board of School Education Haryana determines the cut-off scores for HTET. Candidates who achieve the minimum cut-off marks are deemed HTET qualified.
|SC and PH of Haryana||55% (82 marks)|
|Candidates except for SC and PH of Haryana||60% (90 marks)|
|Candidates out of Haryana (including SC and PH)||60% (90 marks)|
The HTET test will be held in seven cities throughout Haryana. Candidates can select their preferred exam centre when filling out the application form. Once a test centre has been assigned to a candidate, it cannot be altered or amended at a later date. Candidates must be at the test centre before the reporting time, accompanied by their HTET admission card. The following is a list of HTET exam centres.
Q1. Does the BSEH publish the official answer key for the exam?
Ans. Yes, the authorities have provided individual answer keys for each level in PDF format.
Q2. How is the HTET exam administered?
Ans. The HTET test is given in pen and paper format. Candidates must use a ballpoint pen to indicate their answers on the OMR sheet.
Q3. How many times could a person sit in the HTET exam?
Ans. There is no restriction for taking this exam, therefore you can take it as many times as you like. If a candidate has been given a TET certificate, they can retake the test to improve their score.
Q4. Can the HTET application form be completed offline?
Ans. No, the BSEH does not accept the offline HTET application form. The application form may only be filled out online on the exam's official website.
Q5. Can I take all three HTET papers?
Ans. Yes, you can take all three papers of the HTET test provided you match the BSEH's qualifying requirements.
Q6. Are there any subjective questions on the HTET exam?
Ans. No, there are no subjective questions on the HTET exam. All of the papers are made up entirely of objective Multiple-Choice Questions.
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